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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FtlOM AND AKTKK JUNK 1. IHSKI.
To Kw Mtt.t,
Leave Hunulnlu .
Leave I'eatl City..
Arrlv Rwa Mill.
Ly. Kw Mill
Leave l'carl City.
LOOAX AND GENERAL NEWB.
To-morrow will bo pay-day for
Diamond Head, 3 p. in. Weather
hazy, wind frosh northeast.
Another cho fa fiuo of $10 wa
recorded in the District Court to
day. Two rooms with kitchen can be
had by applying at (J. Gortz's shoo
One solitary Chinaman for opium
smoking was tho only arrest by the
police last night.
BRITISH RAILWAY A00IDENT8.
P. O. band gave the ustinl
concert on tho Executive
building grounds this morning.
Foina for assault and battery on
Creditable Record of the United
Kingdom in the Matter of Casu
alties on tho Rail.
During tho whole of last year
there woro but tweuty-ono passen
gers and uiuo employees, thirty per
sons in all, killed in railway accidents
in Great Britain and Ireland in col
lisions, derailments, and accidents
of a similar nature beyond tho con
trol of tho victims. Nearly nine hun
dred millions of pasougors were
carried during that period. Three
accidents were responsible for seven
teen of tho deaths of passougers.
those at Thirsk, I3ishnpgato, and
Ksholt, so that aside from these
ftlu ainihj tUttin.
TUESDAY, JAN. 80, 18SM.
Al .A. R, 1 1ST E3 NH3"WS.
Monday, Jan. 21).
tichr Mille Morris from Koolau
Judge I'obortsou this morning.
There will bo a mooting of St.
Andrew's Church Association next
Thursday erening, Fob. 1st, at 8
Gus Manor, tho only Gus, has re
turned from the Coast and resumed
business at the Hawaiian Hotel
Prominent revolutionists aro curi
Haolo vostorday was fined $10 by J oxcoptional cases, only four passen
gers out ol all tuo enormous num
bers carried by tho railways were
killed through causes entirely be
yond their own control. The record
for tho previous year, 18111, is still
better, for only five passengers of
all the millions carried and fif
teen omployees wore killed in such
railway accidents in the United
Kiuidotn. Indeed, in two years only
since 1881 has the number of fatal-
IUUJliit?lll intmiiiiiiuistn uiu villi- , ... . , ill
to know who is to succeed them ' I"0, to pa-wr bean greator than
htmr C It Ulslioji tor Nawlllwlll, Haiinma-
ulu nnil Ktlanea
Btmr Waialcnlc for l.almln.1, Kukulhacle
Htmr Claudlne for Kalitilnl, Keanae, Hana,
Uaiuua, Klpahuhi, Nuti, J'unlilmu, Kil-
kaiau at 6p in
btmr Iwnlanl for Xawlllnllt. Koloa, Maka-
well, Walinea and Kekaha nl 6 j iu
btmr l'ele for Walmca, Kauai, at 0 p m
and 4 others.
iwrstmr Jam Malice. Jan
2& Mr Campbell, 11 Warren, 1) Xapapa
Voaiole in Port.
U MU I'hltadelphta, Darker, from I'allno,
UHB Adams, Nelson, from a crnlse
11 U M b Champion. Itie, Ksmilmault
U I JMB N'anlwa, Mori, from Japan
H B Australia, Itoiidlrtle, from Han "ran-
Am schr Alice Cooke, I'onhallow, fnim
Am leiir Itolit l-ewurs, Goodman, from
Am b Maruuret, Peterson, I'omox, from
Ain Bchr Transit, Jorgenscn, from Han
Am tclir UatiBor, Ashe, from Newcastle N
Am bk Martha Davis, Houlc, from New
Am bktne Mary Wlnkolmati, N'Usen, from
aowcantia, r a v
Am tern Zampa, 1'oterson, from (lu)umn,
iirlt ship Kasterofl, Rlnoner, from New
castle, N H W
l!r bark Vlllalta, Harlaud, from Liver
pool Haw bk Mauna Ala, flmlth, from Ban
Haw bktne KliklUt, Cutler, from I'nrt
Haw bk Andrew Welch, Drew, from Han
llrit bk Velocity, Martin, from HoiiKkong
(ler bk Nautilus, Asslng, from l.lvorMiol
last year, ntitl in each case the largo
increase was due to one or two great
disasters. The Armagh accident, for
iustnnce, ran the death roll of 1H8!
up from eight to eighty-eight, three
accidents in all being responsible for
the death record of that year. The
Tnv ltriduo disaster made the num
ber of passenger deaths in 1870
seventy-live instead of two. In only
three or four accidents a year, per
haps, have passengers been killed on
railways in the United Kingdom
through causes for which they were
iu no way responsible. Itnnkiug lirst
among tlio countries of the world in
the number of passengers carried,
though third in the amount of mile
age, theso figures seem to sustain
the claim made for tho railway sys
tem of tho United Kingdom, that it
is tho safest service in the world.
The fur her claim, equally impor
tant if comparisons involving the
question of ellicicncy are to be insti
tuted, that it is also tho best service
iu the world may bo successfully
disputed by perhaps ouly one coun
try, our own.
, Iu Great Urilnin during last year
there were (501 nasseuuers and nine-
Kb Mailn's grand clearance sale, t ty-two employees injured In accl
preliminary to going out of business, dents of the nature described. There
will take place on Thursday next. ' were twenty-eight collisions between
Don't miss tho certain bargains. . passenger trains, or parts of passeti-
, , . ", i ," ii i ' ger trains, by which eleven passeti-
lo-day is observed by he 'Inp-1 g0M nml two employees were killed
anese as tho anniversary of the death , .,.,,; .,,,,,- , liomployoos
of the L.uperors father. Consular , injured; forty-three collisions
tags are flying out of courtesy to ( Im.1ww,uj ,m,80ngoraud freight trains,
Japan. , j. w,j,,, n;,1(, passengers and one
The sale of a tract of Government ' employee were killed, and 103 pas-
land iu Koolau, Maui, known as seugers and twenty-four employees
iu the occupation of their homes af
Tho steamer V. G. Hall will arrive
from windward ports to-morrow
morning. She was to call at Lahaina
for a load of sugar.
Tho volcano excursion trip by vis
iting tourists has probably beou
abandoned, as none are booked for
the steamer Claudine.
Crrptalu Soulo, of the bark Martha
Davis, offers a reward of $20 for the
apprehension of Barnard Uoouey, a
deserter from his vessel.
The target ou which the police
practice has been reduced iu size,
tho bullseye at present not being
bigger than a two-bit piece.
L. J. Levey's sale of elegant furni
ture, already noted here, has ben
fixed for Friday at 2 o'clock. Take
a look at it iu the meantime.
Prof. Koobolo will loaro by the W.
G. Hall for Koua on Friday, ou his
first tour of inspection of eolTeo
plantations to look for blight.
ARRESTED IN JAIL.
A Native Woman Takes Opium to
A native woman named Kolii was
found guilty in tho District Court
this morning of having opium un
lawfully in possession on Jan. 21,
and sontencod to pay a fine of S'A).
Kolii visited the Oahii Jail, where
her husband was a prisoner, on the
dato mentioned, carrying with her a
bitndlo supposed to contain tobacco
and other necessaries for his use
The prison guard escorted the wo
man to tho ofilco and she handed
tho bundle over for inspection before
giving it to tho prisoner. When the
guard opened tho parcol he found
Iuseo opium pressed into the to
bacco. The opium was shown to
Kolii, but she did not seem to be
embarrassed or put out. Jailor Low
was called iu, and the woman was
brought to the Police Station.
Kolii, in her defense, stated that
on her war to jail a Chiuaman call
ed hor and gave her the parcel to
give the prisonor. Sho did uot know
that there was opium in the parcel,
but understood it toroutaiu tobacco
only. Emma Trask corroborated
the defendant's story.
How to Cure La Orippe.
About a yoar ago I took a violent
attack of fa grippe. I coughed day
and night for about six weeks; my
wife then suggested that 1 try Cham
berlain's Cough liemedy. At first 1
could se no difference, but still kept ,
taking it, and soon found that it was
what 1 tieeded. If 1 got uo relief
from one dose 1 took another, and it
was only a few days until 1 was free
from the cough. I think people in
general ought to know the value of
this romody, and 1 take pleasure iu
acknowledging the benefit I have re
ceived from ft. Madison Mustard, , -
Utway, Uuio. Z ana DO cent bottles
for sale by all dealers. Benson,
Smith Si Co., agents for the llawai
wvih'-ffV.. at i . "'"r
Bon of Harry K. Ittiby. of Columbia, Pa.,
Suffered From Birth
W It Is a (Were Form of
" L'til" try boy n.n lx )inn of nge he was
from t ii Id a it rr.'hle nuffrrer from acriifu
loin Imnior Sofi-j woiilil nf.ir nn lilm aud
prr.lil until m liiircr m ii ellnr intl ttien
dlcliari;e, (ollow-d i) ntiii, so tlmltlio larger
pirt of hi mif v.ii mi inn f acres all
lllr tllni, e'Ch'ly pti mi lil I'KS Hlid lat:k
of lili citsnn-1 in. iil lie.d llioliuiuor Iiala
oryorfenileoiliir, tiinl ihiipi
We ennnot tell li.iw that Hor boy u(Iered la
all ttioia yr.iM. l'liylrl.iii tlt not edeet a
cure. At Inst I decbteil to ulro lilm Hood's
Harsapnrllla, as my (tmp;lt recommended
IL tn nlioiit two wecVs tlio Sarnpirllla began
to hare eflect.. The sores eommenced to heal
up: Hie 11mIi becin to lixk more natural and
hrillliy. 1 lien the rentes eame H atnl nil oyer
lil bmly new and linllli) fc.li aihI skin formed.
When ln li.nl laken to Imttles li t as entirely
free from sor., Iiitiiik only the nears to how
where they had been. TIko have all rtlsap
neared. We are unable to cxpreit our thank
for the good
has done ntir little hoy.' ifAitnr K. Roar,
lto n.i, Cntumhla.lViinsylr.inla.
IIOOD'H I'II.m cut Ccnillpallon bj retloe
ln lbs srlttaltle Mtlonst the sUmsaUry eaasi
HOIIIUIN. NKW.MAN A CO.,
Aitents for Hawaiian Islands.
The Newest and the Latest
CAN" ALWAYS JJK FOUND AT
3ST. S. S-A.OHS'
BBO lort Street, Honolulu.
The "Mother's Friend" Patent Shirt Waist!
Hits is the latest iniprovi'hient In Hoys' ."Jlilrt Vnit mnl a true frlnl ro
motbersl no more billions to sew on, its tlieo ontinot iiniii- oil. We have
them Iu whlto and in fancy -reu.es from un'uiit aiinril. . .
BOYS' CAbll'O WA1S18 IN ALL SIZI AT -J5 t'KNIH
lltejt SllBJK" III
Children's Cloth Caps, University and Pinafore
We have them In 'ream, Cantlnal, N'nvv llliio mi'l A'nl Drown
ctlll.liKKVt AND INFANTS FANCY KI.ANNni. COATS ut very low prices.
WATI'.HKP SASH HIllllONS IN AM. I'OI.OKS.
THE ADELINE BLACK STOCKINGS
They are pronoitnii'il the l't by nit w ho have given them trial. We have
tlieiii fur ladles, gents, vhlMn'ii nnl liifnin. mi ilnln, rlhheil.ilron titrh
ntnt open worlc. . . . I aille' Ailellnv t'lnek Sti ekliw reilnrej loWrents
er pair. . . . tallies' Dliiiiioiul Hhiek Hnx'klti nt - cente per pnlr.
Have yen semi tho ('fill PltKN'H PI'IIOOI. HATH that we are -ell
The ore Just the thing for llojs or Olrl.
ItiK for W cents!
Easl Makaiwa, coiitaiuinir 21!l acres,
appointed for to-day, was post
poned. J. M. Vivas and Frank Ferreira
aro ou trial iu tuo District Court
this afternoon for being found
lawfully ou tho premises of Mr.
Heuuio, on Sunday night, Jan. 21.
The following aro hooked to leave
ou the steamer Claudine this after
noon for Maui: E. H. lleudry, Mrs,
Gallagher, U. V. Baldwin, V. V.
l'ogue, Joe Dias, J. C. Crowder aud
injured, ami thirteen collisions bo
tweeti freight trains. Tho other
casualties were occasioned by traiiia
leaving tho track, running iu tho
wronir direction throuuh niisplaced
l au'iti'iios. rimnmt- intn aLntiona ut
un-. , ...., . ...... i n...i ....r. .... i.
uu uit'iii. rivm. iiui4 (iiiJiiftuiiia ki
inachitiery cDiipliugs, axles, aud roll-
Forolffn Vosaola Expoctod.
UAHD A raw a, Utenart, front Hyilney, ilim
1'MHH Uhina, Ward, from Han Francisco,
due Fell 3
0 8 8 Alameda, Morse, from Sydney, duo
UBS Mnnowiil, Carey, from Ban Fran
cisco, due Feb IA
(JSS Aimtrallu, Houillttite, from 8an Fran
uIdoo, due Fell SI
C A 8 H Wnrrlmoo, Perry, from Sydney,
due Feb 'JH
O iOSH Octunlc, Hmltli, from Han Frun-
olsco, due March 6
O b 8 MurI(ou, Hayward, f mm Sydney,
due March M
O & O 8 H Oaollc, I'uarne, from llonukoni;
and Yokohama, due Mnv 14
Am bk It V Kltliet, from Ban Francisco,
, Am bktnu Skagit, from Port (Iniuble, now
Am bktne Mary Wlnkelman, from N H W,
Am bk Harvester, from H.m Francisco to
Illlo, Juu 21
Am bktne Discovery, from Han FranclKco,
Our nit Terpsichore, from New South Wales,
Haw bk Helun Drawer, from New York,
Am bk Albert, from Snu FrauclK-o, Jan -"
Am ch Halvator. from N 8 W, Juu '.ti
Am bktne Hllo. from N 8 W, Jim 31
Brit ill Kaatoratt, from N 8 W, now due
Dk Xantlpie, from N H W, Jan ai-.ll
ilk M ilackfeld, from Uverjiool, now due
tier bk Galveston, from Amoy, now due
Ger bk J O Ulade, from Liverpool, Apr 1-10
Lyman I) Fnter, from N b W, Feb Vi
The )illotN fuel ijuite at home now In
their iirccut iuurter on the I'ueillu Mall
The American ship 0. H. Surgut has
comineuced dUchailiiK hurcoiilat the l'u
cine Mall wharf.
The 6. 8. AuiitrallahaHtlnisheildUeharH
ing and Is now tuklnn In iiKur. Hh'i took
in ooal this morning.
The burka Mnrthu Davit mid Vlllalta are
taking In hUiiiu Imllast in one Imtcli aud
dlkcharglng from the other,
The Meanicr Pule will take two hundred
tons of coal and lumlwr for Wulmua, Kau
ai, at o o'clock this evening.
). 11. Holt gave a luau to a large
number of friends at his residence,
Knlihi, this afternoon iu honor of
tho first anniversary of Master Holt's
birth. A danco will bo given at the
placo this evening.
Mr. Geo. E. Ooardiuau desires to
say that ho was not consulted as to
his name appearing in tho list of
councillors to bo called into net inn
after restoration, furnished to Minis
ter Willis by Mr. Wilson.
An oil painting of "Dana Lake,"
at tho Volcano, is on exhibition in
tho 1'acifiu Hardware Co.'s window.
It is the work of O. J. McCnudless,
a young Hawaiian artist, who re
cently returned from San Francisco.
The Hawaiian National Hand will
give a concert iu the Hotel grounds
on Thursday evening for the benefit
of the visiting tourists and the pub
lic. A fiuo program is promised, in
cluding native songs, which will be
printed iu tho morning and evening
papers of Thursday.
WANTS TOO MUCH.
Bllvo. Aaka for $160 to Drop Prose-
cutlon of Forroira.
l)y other and general accidents
connected with railways, through
causes to which the victims contri
buted iu some degree, there were 108
passengers lulled and '.Hi'.) injured iu
the United Kingdom during the
year. Thirty-ono wero killed and
eighty-seven injured by falling be
tween the cars aud the station
platforms while boarding or alight
ing from trains. Twenty-eight were
killed and leu injured while crossing
tho tracks at stations. Other acci
dents arose from all sorts of minor
causes. Of persons other than pas
sengers or employees there wero 107
killed on the railways during 1SU2.
Seventy-seven persons were killed
and tweuty-ouu injured at grade
crossings. li.'iS perxoiiH were killed
and l-i injured while trespassing on
the railwav, mid eiglity-uiue persons
committed suicide ou railways. Five
hundred and twouh-livo railway
employees were killed and 2Hi iu
jureo during the year through other
causes than collisions and accidents
coming under tho head lirst referred
to. 'I hero are over 100,000 persons
employed on railwuys iu the United
Kingdom, so that the proportion of
fatalities is something like one iu
700. Altogether there wero 11 .'Ml
persons killed and 1 1S." injured on
railways in the United Kingdom iu
On railways in tho United States
during the ten mouths of tho pres
ent year 2IX) portions were killed and
811 injured by accidents to trains,
colllKious, ileralimeuts, ami tlio like,
JSL. S. 3L.E3"VTT
518 Robinson Block, Hotel Street.
I'EU S. S. "XUSTKALIA."
At tbe Beaver Saloon,
H. J. Nolto, Propriotor.
A I.AIUI1S AHWultTMKNT OH
' Japanese Silk Craf
King Street Restaurant
k Atakea Sou
IN KVKNINO eJHAHKn
"Wool Dl'UrtH (tOOilrt.
Sllliwld, I't(!., l'2tc.
1 have lieen iiistruoteil by
Mit.J.M. di:Sa i: Sua a, pro
prietor of the Hawaiian Jap
an kk Haa Ait, Hotel street,
to Hell his htoek of JAP
53 V hij assortment of
JAVANESE PAPEU NAP
KINS will be sold txss than
Everything Served In First Class Style.
Klllle Meill . .
Hoard liy I lie U'ei-k
. 1 1 W
1. It will In- ih.'II en or nlxint tlie IM
Iil.'-lm All II Kl". A CO., Crop.
3L. S. L
513 Robinson Block, Hotel StroM.
F0RNISHED ROOMS TO LEX.
. nt Nn. b HiiIiiii ntreut,
live inluii'c' sulk (rum the
runt OlIU-o. U.M-U
! Hotel Opposlto
Street, ?2V; Berry go Round
! Everything Served in Flra Glass Style.
National Cane Shredder
l-ATKNTKI) lINHKIt TI1K I.AWs OK rilC. II WVAIIAN ISI.AXD6.
'J I M.alllrk.H
ROOMS TO LET.
HOO.MH WITH AAA "
iirii. rii',iiv ifi
Olllce.i or llimiukcoplng.
Iniiulre at U. Ourti'n MIiimi
Fowl Three Times a Week
Tiihm unit I'liiir-iliiv ut nielli. Mm
iluy nt iiiH'r.
tut i in
CIIOl.i; KINO, frn.
njTTIBRBW t'C r
-J hi i" HfclWY'i ! I hi ' " 'tv
VitVT' XS- -iiii'
- W,' ' "ri -
III 181)1 71KJ M'rsoiiH w(iro tluiR killud
mid 'JtiSfi iiijuroil; in 18110 the ruconl
"tindur this licad was 80(1 killud and
2812 injured. Altotfutlmr tlitiru woro
J. J. Sitva, tint PortiiK'ui'sy who
wan laid up for many dayu, from
tho offectH of a kick aduiiniHturod by
onu DoniitigoB Forrnira, hax ducidod
in iiiibIi III, .tna.i of nuanull mmiital
rr ' : :' "-- (,.... "" i .,. ..-. i.:n..,i .....i .ia.n r..
tho latter, forroira inatlo an otrr i f .n ""'i'" .
of $100 to Silva to drop tho eauo, J,,ru(l ," .railways in tho Lnitod
but that individual aikuil for ir,0 ' htitt l"nnK tho yoar uniiinff Jiiuo
iiimh inonoy. Thin Forroira was not . 1 '; O84' u' ,Vd l,,,1dr-? ' M y.!n;
williiiK to givo, honco tho oaso will , J"rnl AutiK .1881), and 5282 killed
couio nil for trial on Tliiirmlny noxt "'"l -"H "'Jrod in tho yoar
in tho District Uomt. ' WSH. 1 ho poroontao of doatha
' i uuiotii; railway oinplooos ih twico
DamaRos For WronR ImprUonmont. ns ,iK, j tlio Unitod Statos
i.r..i: .,!,... !....,... i an in vjnmi uniuiu nun inuiuui.
Kaulia, tin ivo lawyor, lia-, n,..: imm u.. ,..na ImM..,i
-- n - .........
iloyod on railways
in thu Lnitod Slatoh, and ouo injnrod
DUII I NO THK AllHKNUKOKt'llOi'lC
Ixxik from Ihn lt-lnmls Cliock Kwipiil'
ami C. Yuu tiln will act fur lilm In ail
buiiif mx iiiuiuts un ter ixitvor of attoruuy.
No. 48 Nuiiann Ktreet.
Honolulu, Juu. '."J, 1HIH. 1113 1 W
INTO NO. Irt KINO
htrent. Owner nm
Imve mine l Ilt-titlf -liiK
it ami .i)iiiK fur
till uilvertl einenl.
HAWAIIAN QUINTETTE OLUB.
Ml'Hir Kl'IINIHlI -tl FOIl
IJaiii'i's, rnrliei, I.iiiiiih,
, vtlt., llV the lluuiliillll (Jllill-
I tutte I'luli, For ternix, i'lf.,
i liuiiilru of
I'AIN I). WII.IOKAI.
U.I7-U Nn. II ItleliiiriU Htreut.
- Wll.i. UKOI'KN
Monday, February 12th.
.1 A. ...i. ,,. A M l
i. .'1.. ... .....
I r. o. iinx i.i. iui i
A Favorite Remedy for La Orippe.
....i..HA.i n u..: ,.r .Mtiu .t.. ...
i-uiuimi n nun. tu c."i '""""Kob i .-,...,. .,
acaiiiBt tho Govorninont, on bohalf r. i.V' '."X 'I
of a native prisonor in Ochn .Jail.
Tho prisonor was convicted in tho
District Court latoly of hoiiio eriini
nul oiTonso aud bontoucod to pay a
fiuo of $20. Not lioiuL' pusHossuu of
"Durlnir tho opidoinio of la grippo tho nocossary luoro, tho man wont
Chamborlain'fl dough Hotnody took ' to jail to work out his fino at tho
tho load horo aud was uiuoh bottor rato of fifty emits a (lav. ills torin
llbnrl Uinn ntlilr (nnirii niodli.iiK. " i of illlDrisolllllOIlt should haVOOXIlirod
H. M. Batics, drumriat. Chutsworth. ! at tho ond of forty days, but (tap- "h ".'!?.. .T
III. Tho grip is much tho samo as a peant it did uot. '1 ho tiiau has boon ... .." ' fh, i...
-- ii inn i in liiii
... . I .1 . ...! .. in mimt atitt fi i I iiami lliiilu liiui,.,, t . . -- "J - - - -
very uovero com aim roouiros pro-
oisely tho satuo truattnoiit. This I
Romedy is prompt and eUootual and
will provont auy tondonoy of thodis
jasti toward piiouuiouia, For salo
by all doalors. liouson, Smith & Co.,
Mgonts for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Jack Martini wont into tlio now
lunch room, whom tho waitors aro
protty young girls, tho otlior night
after tlio play. Tho young woman
who brought his oystora was vory at
tract ivo. "What is your iiamo, my
doarl" "l'oarl." "Ah, yos; a poarl
of groat print," Jn(.k suggostod.
"Yoi aluo a poarl boforo hwiiio," mLo
ftddwl.-- WiMhinyton CupUul.
in prison suiy-turoo nays, uimich tin
Shark Hunt Poatponud.
A lot tor has boon rocoivod by tlio
Honolulu agency of tho Hawaiian
Exhibit at tho Midwinter Fair, Snu
Francisco, requesting tho postpone
ment of tho sending of thu slunk
which was to hnvo boon caught out
side tho habor, until nei steamer.
Tlio employees of I ho Hawaiian l'.
hiblt Co. havo to oaro " wator,
with which to (ill tho pool, a di
tancti of two miles,
IV. h. Wilcox and niidilautH woro
readyito bait a shark outiido the
for ovory .'ill oinployod. To Hay this
U womo than narfaro is trito, but it
is trim. It may bo that thoso rospou
tivo statistics of tho two countries
aro interesting only for inspection,
and not for comparison. A groat
ma- of difioriug circumstances
would havo to bo couidorod iu mak
ing any comparisons, out tuo in-
el remains tnai tlio rail-
ays ol tlie United Kingdom, witn
Aimlientloiei for MiuIkMoii nlioulil
Im Hindu fiiiuiecllulelv. Nintiui! aiee uml
ntmulliif; of applleaut, to
Mutual Telephone Go.
WO Ntl'F.I.V Ft' It- iy.au-
a Mirico first clas aud coiuprohuii
soo iu ovory lospect, carry inoro
passeugeri and hao few or casualties
than those of any other country.
Amrrii mi '" t
More Htowawajs woro disoovorod
ou tho ."i. S. Australia ou hor arrival
from the fulfil on Satiird'iy last A
lllnlomeul ll.'l- lie.ill 'HI fool nilico, to
ship l he uioii on the I'. S. F. S.
J'liiladolpliM, but up to present
writing was unsui sHful. Should
tho stowaways fail to socuro oiilisl
iiiuut in the uav. ihoy will havu to
bu tluppod back on tho aiuu sluainor.
rHF. MUTUAL TF.I.KI'HONK COM
iiany liavhiK recclveil tlie ltet llu-
niioi'iiiiiuiu in inu a oi ueavy
liirrent r l.lKlitnliit; Arnmter are now
Hired to furnish tho ntuie lo their suli
At a noniliml enit on uiiiilleatlou.
Ii Vi Ivs rk-uretary
HI'Kl'IAI. I.IIIIUHY OF 801KNCK
1 Hint llftlon U nim'oisineil lutil lentH,
oiiTUKSIIAYj, TliritHOAKnnd KAT
DHIIA YH of eneli Mk. from -J to I f. M.,
on the M'i'oiid liner of thu Foitur llliH'k,
Niiiiiiiiii street, over lovfJiiy'ii Ntore, I'.n
triuii'o l ihn M't-iiiid ilnur, ou tin Utile
eiolle end of Men limit Ntreet l(udiii);
to the Imok purt of tlio Honolulu Foundry
. Oitiitleiiiiiiint No. I Ourdeli
rpo ItKNT A 1IOU8F.
, 1. foriiOtnlliiiimu. Ad
I drehM "A.," Hi 1 1 i.ris Of
licit, MalliiK price uud par
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET.
MMVO NICF.I.Y rru
1 nlxlied liiHHiix on I.i
lilm hi nut, oppo-iln K mi
kliii Hireet, iiUmt live mill
utiii' wulU from Niiiiiiiiii ntnet
I iil al this ollli i .
, REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
7 VAI.UAIII.I. I'll. l- Ol'
1 I Iniliroved I'ropirly, lix'itted
In dlll'-rutil I'urli of tlie l it of
lloiioliilil, all luriiaiii . Apl
fur full uiilii'iila" M
Illtl'Ci: .V . J I'AltTWIIUIIIT
1'iira. Av- i
milK I'NDKHKIONKI) IIAVK IlKKN AITOITCI) SOLK AUKNTS Ft)lt
J- thi'Mi Siiiikiuikus mnl aro now prop ircil to receive onlcre.
Tho groai mlviinugoi. to tic derived from the use nf thu Ntiunal Cash
Hiiiikiuikii are thoroughly eeUililUhed ami acknnwli dged tiy 1'lanteri
The large tiiimlier of I'l.niters using them iu the United States, Cub,
Argentine Itoptilillc, I'oru, Aiistrtliu ami elsowlicro, heir wiiuesB to thu
ii hove claim.
The uo of the Siiiikdiiku very luruclv iiUL'inent tin uu.intitv nf emm
' the mill fun uriiiil (25 to '0 i. uIho the extraction .if nuee (U u, l'Jil
It is a great safeguard, milking known at once the presence of any
I " "' Iron, blulces from enr, or anything wlueb wniilil In- liutilo to dauuigo
the mill, ami allowing ample lime to'reuine same before dam ipug the mill.
Thu Siiiikiiokh is wry strongly iiunle, ami from the manner of its opera
tion it outs or tours these pieces of wood or iron without often hrcikini! the
t Siiiikiidkii; ami if anything breakn, it is simply mimic of the knives ur cutters,
which can oe ipucKiy ami vconomically repluceil. Hie .SitiiKiuiKit, u it
tiaine indicates, tours tho cauo into shred of .trviug lengtlir, peifcctly open
ing it anil allowing the mill to thoroughly re out the juices without re
Utiiriug ihe immense extra power iieoor to grind or crush the mIioIu
cum. The Siiithiuihii spreads tlio shrulilcd c.mo uniformly ami evenly to
the mill rolls, and docs away with the necessity of sprooiliuc. thu liagaese by
hum! between the mills, where regriiidiug is iu u-e. No greater amount of
boiler fiipauiiy - reipured lo operate the MiiiKiuibi; tliau tliat which wa
Hiillioienl for the null, for the above reiiMiu. Wo furnish full working
drawing for the installation of our Siiiikiuikh-, uiililbig in, ciiuipeteut en
gineer to successfully ni-lull ami tat tli.iu
J In ordering Shkkiiiikhh from lis, please semi small sketch, showing tlie
I diameter and widih nf the null ro. i with winch Siiumiiikii is to be connected,
I also the side (either right or left baud as you face ihe deliveiv side of the
mill), upon which the null engine i lo.'.uicd, also the ln'iglu from Hour lino
to center of front mill roll shaft, ami distance eentei this h.i(i to fmnt end
of bud plate. Thoo Slliihiiumis are now being u-ii h the Illlo Sugar Co.
and lluwi Mill, Kobala, where iluy an uiviuc gnat saiisf icliou.
I'ricci ami furibei iarticulaM may In had by applying to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., LU,
Vlr If, llfl t'lir lllf (Ml .f III l W'llba.
1,1. oU'SblSi- ill- Mir. ON TUB
WinkiM -lie ol tlie ntliitUe ( Kim-
tery Hfn nom-o'it in niei in uie i uiiiuier)
oil MUS'lltN , l"l. I-', MM.
IU .' I'KIt llltOCH.
Hooks lent out lo reanonsllilu oar-
tlua lii lloiioliila, and Iiuii praotlvalile to
rvuldvuu ef lb ottier UUudi Wi-lm'
mii: iTitMi'FUi; oi six no .mh
lump re I r li iiM'keepuiu.im'Uiuuii;
a III ii' i I'Hloii i no hiirinii riiino unn a
llui' I miIl'IiI I lie K'TIIIK
Nirt lloiiie" hKtMiie a lilnii Apply at
,So. ss Jl ruiuiiiu slre.'t, near I'liaeUlnivil,
AT I'HK FVMOFrj 8TOIIK OF -
B. IF. BHLERS &c GO.
BOB Ji Bll FORT STR.H3H1T.
Canton W"a.stL Falorioa !
A liRiidsoiiiH Oottou Falirlii New tiles tliia veasen, the elletis are fao.liiillf of iibltii
Hilks, to see 1liem means lo apjirii'late them.
Hllk llnluli Just out, real French delgtni are the llnest and ihe crate ol thu 'ou
Oaahmere Sublimes SO Oenta Yard I
One of the lianilHimest Vah Materials this seiuon eutiaiy new ami
for the price lias no eipitil,
Wloite T-iel-w-xis and Dimity I
Iu I'lalii, mnpi'd and Cheeked In Krual vsrioty,
I KM Inmiillii kl.j.. Ik M.i....al ol mil DFaaifn . .
uhi utm mmi vi mwtm, minmuwi, JM